BMW R1200S Animal by Cafe Racer Dreams

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Serving as the successor to Bimmer’s R1100S, the BMW R1200S was a rugged sport-tourer that packed a mean punch. Equipped with a 120-horsepower powerplant, Cafe Racer Dreams decided that this was the perfect platform to build their custom “Animal” motorcycle.

This 2-wheeler looks like its right out of a post-apocalyptic world, thanks largely in part to the two lights out front, along with the military-like mesh covering the fuel tank. The bike has been equipped with a set of Ohlins shocks on both the front and rear wheel to ensure that it will perform nicely on the twisted canyon roads. The micro taillights out back are a nice subtle touch, while the olive green seat was the perfect way for Pedro Garcia and Efraon Triana to finish this thing off.

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